Greetings and Merry Christmas to All!

Burr! It is cold here in Wyoming. I am sure everyone is very busy. But it is important for all of us to find the time to remember the real reason we are celebrating Christmas. A miracle, a great joy, the whole summit of our lives - Jesus Christ incarnated - He came as a little baby for each and everyone of us. That should cause us pause. It is his birthday. And yes in the great mystery of the mystical Body of Christ our birthday, too, but instead of focusing on what we are getting for Christmas, we should focus on what we are giving for Christmas. Christ asks for only one thing. Our hearts, so lets us give Him our hearts. Let us hold this mystery deep within our hearts and recognize the joy and hope that is within us. But, let us not to forget those around us that need that joy and hope too! for we must always be ready to share that which we have been given with others. For this world is in such desperate impoverished need for our witness of joy and hope that is our's in Christ! God Bless everyone and Merry Christmas!

P.S. Stay warm and hot chocolate with marshmellows and broken candy canes is a real treat. So enjoy one on me.

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